Robin Dreeke is head of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Behavioral Analysis Program. In his book It’s Not All About “Me”: The Top Ten Techniques for Building Quick Rapport with Anyone he simply and clearly spells out methods for connecting with people.
This particular Kindle collection consists primarily of the landmark articles written by members of the Behavioral Science Units, National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, at the FBI Academy. These seminal publications in the history of FBI profiling were released by the U.S. Department of Justice as part of the information on serial killers provided by the FBI's Training Division.
After getting into the FBI (hopefully), I want to go into the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit, pretty much profiling people. It is simply Criminal Minds, but without the TV aspect. (http://rlv.zcache.com/fbi_bau_criminal_postcard-p239456138249551138envli_400.jpg)
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Sometimes known as criminal profilers, special agents working in the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) of the Federal Bureau of Investigations seek to identify personality traits of suspects. The profiles they create aid in catching violent criminals before they strike again. Getting a job in the BAU is very challenging, but if you have strong analytical skills and an interest in the inner workings of the criminal mind, pursuing a career in the BAU might be worth the effort.